The Unified Sports movement is improving the way that young adults are thinking and engaging with each other. It creates real relationships around common goals of competition, fair play, respect and engagement; and it gives students the opportunity to become leaders who practice diversity and inclusiveness.
I posted my first Medium article about traveling to the 2018 Special Olympics Summer Games as part of the Youth Leadership Summit taking place there. I’m pretty excited to represent #TeamUtah along with my friend […]
I have been sick for the past couple of days and had to stay home from school (nothing serious but I sound like a stuffed up frog), so I have been watching movies and submitting […]
Today is the start of National Epilepsy Awareness Month, and what better news to receive: I’ve been asked by Special Olympics Utah to be part of #TeamUtah at the 2018 Special Olympics USA Games Youth […]
My RSL Unified team played its final game of the season following the Decision Day match with RSLvSKC. Both Unified teams played well, and we won with penalty kicks 4-2 following a tie, so RSL […]
I was born with Cerebral Palsy and Epilepsy because of a pediatric stroke. I choose to live my life in ways that celebrate what I love and let me accomplish things that are challenging and […]